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The famous question Why can't weight come off as easy as it goes on...

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

My anwer is maybe it can. Everyone that gains weight has to work to make it get on. We eat, and eat some more. We work on being lazy and making our lives miserable. We eat until we are so full we can't do anything but lay around watching tv, then out of boredom reach for that bag of potato chips. We work to make our lives something we really don't want it to be but don't bother changing our mindset. Instead of letting my body work to get more weight on I'm going to work to get it to come off just as easy... Instead of reaching for a soda in the mornings I have cold water already in bottles ready to add caffeine and flavor with just a squeeze of a bottle. Instead of working to eat a 1200 calorie meal I will work to eat a 300 calorie meal that is full of flavor and leaves me happy with myself instead of depressed and miserable. Just changing those 2 factors will make the weight come off. Now adding in the exercise is a little harder but not too much. I can still watch tv while riding my exercise bike. I can play the Kinect with my kids for family night instead of just watching movies or playing board games. The hardest part about weight coming off is my mindset that I will be missing out on something when the fact is that I am gaining so much more by changing it. My goal is to be the proof that weight can come off just as easy as it goes on.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MUVFASTA 5/28/2013 1:25PM

    You hit the nail on the head! It didn't go on easily and it won't come off easily.

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KIRSTENLYNN62 5/28/2013 1:23PM

    Great attitude! emoticon

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